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Article 8 Evictions – Human Rights? Cautionary Tales, Guest Columns, Latest Articles, Tenant Eviction

Having read Mary Latham’s article about landlord’s not being able to evict due to human rights law, I have been giving some thought to the speculation. I have worked for the public sector for over 25 years and during that time I have been heavily involved in considering human rights in everything I do. Therefore, I would like to think that I have some experience of article 8 and the implications it has. Continue reading Article 8 Evictions – Human Rights?


A Tenant from Hell – And a Landlord’s Revenge! Cautionary Tales, Latest Articles, Lettings & Management

Glen Ackroyd photoI thought I’d share my recent experiences of a “Tenant From Hell”

We often take on properties from landlords who have problem tenants, usually leaving us the legacy of sorting them out. Because I practiced as a Landlord & Tenant Lawyer, I head up (and personally oversee) all evictions at NPG which means we don’t have to outsource the process and we can move very swiftly. Continue reading A Tenant from Hell – And a Landlord’s Revenge!


What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires? Guest Articles, Landlord Law, Latest Articles

This is the ninth in a series of 10 articles written by specialist landlord & tenant solicitor Tessa Shepperson, founder of the online Landlord Law Service.

What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires?

As you no doubt know, section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 is the section which sets out the procedure under which landlords can evict their tenants at the end of the fixed term, even if the tenants have done nothing wrong. Continue reading What do you do if your tenant won’t leave when their section 21 notice expires?


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